This adds the jar file also to the bundle class path and the classes in the plugin are found as they would be if I would not import the plugin into the workspace at all and I would use the installed version Having the plugin in the workspace only made sense for having attached source code now anyway. Could you please add the jar file to the class path so that it is possible to extend the authentication mechanisms adding an extension point for that would I guess need a rewrite of Jsch Comment 1 Martin Oberhuber Now that I deleted the copy of the imported plugin in my workspace it works. Now I tried several things. We appreciate the OpenSSH project. Did you clean and build your project again? I did not recognize that importing the plugin made another manifest which caused the problem and the original plugin is packaged as single jar.
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Com.jcraft.jsch jar 4 Thomas Kockerbauer Description Thomas Kockerbauer The problem I have now is that my plan to patch the jsch plugin using a fragment seems not to work anyway. Sorry for bothering you. Post as a guest Name.
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Comment 2 Thomas Kockerbauer Comment 3 Martin Oberhuber JSch has been developed by ymnk and it can not be hacked without several help.
When I tried that I got the problem that after adding the fragment the classes from the JSch plugin could not be found com.jcraft.jsch jar only those of the fragment could be found. Com.jcraft.jsch jar this now solves my initial confusion I had. It was my fault. Jar files have been signed our PGP key, and our public key has been located on hkp: Com.jcraft.jsch jar allows you to connect to an sshd server and use port forwarding, X11 forwarding, file transfer, etc.
This adds the jar file also to the bundle class path and the classes in the plugin are found as they would be if I would not import the plugin into the workspace at all and I would use the installed version Having the plugin in the workspace only made sense for having attached source code now anyway.
So, our efforts had mostly targeted to implement the SSH2 protocol for X11 forwarding. JSch has been known to work with: His works were very useful for us to understand the technical terms in our native language.
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I’ve set the bug to invalid. Home New Browse Search [? I imported the plugin into the workspace for being able to attach the source to debug through it.